Dear Fellow Michigander,

Governor Whitmer and Democrats in the Legislature are working to destroy our Second Amendment rights here in Michigan.

Sadly, even some Republicans are failing to live up to their campaign promises and are voting for Democrat gun control.

They've already passed and signed into law "Red Flag" gun confiscation, universal gun licensing and registration as well as a "lock up your safety" law that disarms you in your own home.

And Governor Whitmer has made it clear that their war on gun owners is just getting started.

It's only a matter of time before they file an Illinois-style "assault weapons" ban and make a push to make you wait TWO WEEKS before taking posession of a legally purchased firearm.

That's why it is crucial for gun owners to remain vigilant as these anti-gun assaults could come at any moment.

Great Lakes Gun Rights is working over time to keep folks like you informed about what is going on in Lansing on our gun rights and giving you the tools to take action in defense of your rights, but we can only do it with the continued generous support of pro-gun Michiganders across the state.

Not only must we continue to fight back against the anti-gun assaults in Lansing, but we must also prepare a war chest to hold politicians accountable for their anti-gun votes in the upcoming elections.

So please consider signing up for a monthly recurring contribution to ensure Great Lakes Gun Rights is always able to step up and stop the next big gun control push.

Be that $50 or $100 -- fantastic!

If $25, $10, or even $5 is all you can afford, know that we will be good stewards of your monthly sacrifice and it will help us to defend our Second Amendment rights without compromise.

For Freedom,

Brenden Boudreau
Executive Director
Great Lakes Gun Rights


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